Computer virus and malware can strike at any time. Los Angeles County and the communities of Glendora and Azusa should make certain that their computers are protected with high caliber antiviral and antimalware software. Prevention is preferred to the best offense. iTech Xpress offers virus removal services and computer repair services.

Virus and Malware Protection

iTech Xpress offers comprehensive security services including virus removal. With all of the recent news about the moneypak virus and the extortion and the debacle over the risks that Windows XP opened up the need for computer security has never been more necessary. The last time they tested malware on the Internet it took only 20 minutes for malware to find an unprotected computer to infect.

Malware is designed to seek out holes in computer security. A virus is usually invited through a bad link, but Malware is crafty enough to evolve to overcome computer security. That is why internet security is so critical. Nobody wants to deal with an infected computer.

It is bad enough that malware can damage your computer, but it also steals all of your personal data including all of the data necessary for identity theft. This is why virus and malware protection is necessary. Periodic computer optimization can help too.

Virus and Malware Removal

Glendora businesses and home computer users have options available if your system is infected by a virus or malware. iTech Xpress offers complete virus removal.

How do you know for sure your computer is infected? It can be difficult to know for sure unless you have antiviral software installed. Even then it can be difficult. The following situations are indicative of viral or malware infection.

  • Is your computer suddenly running slower?
  • Are pages slow to load or does it take longer to move from one page to the next?
  • Have pop-up windows suddenly started appearing? Do you close one only to find another pops back up?
  • Are there new warning windows or error messages?
  • Is your screen locked with a warning that you have been fined and must pay the fine before you can access your computer?
  • Is your homepage different or pointing to another site?
  • Is your antivirus software not responding?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then your computer is likely infected by a virus. You can bring your system in, and we can remove the virus and install or upgrade your virus protection software. Call us for a quote or just stop by.